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noun Electricity.

a cell whose electrolyte is in liquid form and free to flow.

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wet cell

noun

a primary cell in which the electrolyte is a liquidCompare dry cell
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Scientific definitions for wet cell

wet cell
[ wĕt ]

An electric cell in which the chemicals producing the current are in the form of a liquid rather than in the form of a paste (as in a dry cell). Car batteries consist of a series of wet cells. Compare dry cell.
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